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Crap From The Past - December 8, 2006: Not The Beatles


Published December 8, 2006


A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber and heard every Friday night from 10:30 to midnight on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and KFAI.org.


Notes

Here is a listing of all shows saved to date and a listing of all the playlists to date.

BEATLE RAP - Qworymen (1982)
I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND - The Doodles (1984)
BE MY YOKO ONO - Barenaked Ladies (1992)
LIES - Knickerbockers (1966)
CALLING OCCUPANTS - Klaatu (1976)
TAKE A LITTLE RHYTHM - Ali Thomson (1980)
SOWING THE SEEDS OF LOVE - Tears For Fears (1989)
Casey Kasem introducing (JUST LIKE) STARTING OVER - From December 13, 1980 American Top 40
THE BEATLES IN REVUE - Hal Leonard presents Choral Spectrum '87
clip of Chipmunks Beatles Medley and Scott Muni on WNEW-FM (1985?)
BEATLEMANIA - DBM (1977)
CASEY KASEM SINGS THE BEATLES - Dana Carvey on Saturday Night Live (1987)
THE PAUL McCARTNEY MASSACRE - Swinging Erudites (1987)
I DON'T WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND - Rupert Holmes (1975)
KOMM GIB MIR DEINE HAND - Die Beatles (1964)
SIE LIEBT DICH - Die Beatles (1964)
WALKING ON THIN ICE - Yoko Ono (1981)
TWIST AND SHOUT - Top Notes (1960)

Reviews

Reviewer: ericreiter - - July 23, 2010
Subject: We Love Crap/Yeah, Yeah, Crap.
Marking the anniversary of John Lennon's untimely and senseless death, The Boogiemonster put this "Not The Beatles" show together, which, truthfully, is a more fun way to take a look back on such a tragic event. His commentary throughout is pretty excellent, combined with the "heartbreaking" unaired, and as-aired Casey Kasem clips during the December 1980 countdown.
Through the crap, there are some outstanding tracks - anytime the Knickerbockers ("Lies") are included in something, that something is something I can usually get behind. "The Paul McCartney Massacre," "Beatle Rap" (with 400 bazillion Beatle in-references!), and the surprise of the episode, the original version of "Twist and Shout" to close out the show!
Looking forward to a couple repeat-listens to this one. So much crap, so little time!